U.S. At War: Warning

As a young counsel to the U.S. peace delegation, John Foster Dulles saw the failure of Versailles at first hand. As chairman of the Federal Council of Churches' Commission on a Just and Durable Peace, he campaigned hard for sane internationalism. And as foreign affairs advisor to Thomas E. Dewey he approved Dumbarton Oaks. But last week Foster Dulles, at a Presbyterian conference in Brooklyn, sounded a sharp warning. Said he:

"The Dumbarton Oaks proposals represent an achievement. But in their present state they represent only a partial agreement of four nations. It remains to complete that agreement, not only within the...

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